Phi Beta Pi
|Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity|
March 10, 1891(125 years ago)
West Pennsylvania Medical College
|Colors||Emerald Green and White|
|Publication||The Talisman (formerly Phi Beta Pi Quarterly)|
Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity (ΦBΠ) is a professional fraternity founded March 10, 1891, at the West Pennsylvania Medical College (now a department of the University of Pittsburgh) as an anti-fraternity society. It was originally known as Pi Beta Phi but changed its name because of an existing sorority with the same name.
Its badge is a diamond of gold with emerald points and pearl edges. A black enamel center with gold skull and pelvis and the letters "ΦBΠ."
Phi Beta Pi chapters
Theta Kappa Psi Fraternity merged in 1961.
- Baird, William, ed. (1915). Baird's Manual of American College Fraternities (8 ed.). New York: The College Fraternity Publishing Co.
- Baird, William, ed. (1923). Baird's Manual of American College Fraternities (10 ed.). New York: The College Fraternity Publishing Co.
- Schools and Hospitals Absorbed by Penn Medicine
- Cannon, Daniel H. (1989). The History of Phi Chi Medical Fraternity Inc. Centennial Edition 1889-1989. Phi Chi Quarterly Office.